Opposed to swearing ceremony of BJP, Congress protest outside of the assembly, BJP will have to appear in the Supreme Court tomorrow


new Delhi. BS Yeddyurappa took oath of chief minister on Thursday morning at 9 am in the political wake of the three-day political rally in Karnataka. This has happened for the second time in the last 10 years when they have taken the oath without majority. To prevent the biggest party BJP, Congress supported JDS. HD Kumaraswamy also met the Governor twice in two days. But the Finance Minister in the Gujarat Government, and now Governor Vajubhai Vaala invited the BS Yeddyurappa to form the government at 11 am on Wednesday night. Against this decision, the Congress-JDS came to the Supreme Court only at night. This was the second time after the hanging of Yakub Menon in 2015 when the Supreme Court heard at midnight. The hearing started late at 2:10 pm. At 4:20 in the morning the Supreme Court refused to ban the Governor's decision. On the other hand, Congress has sat on the dharna outside the assembly against the decision of the governor. Let us state that when Deve Gowda was the Prime Minister in 1996, he had recommended the dissolution of the Gujarat government to the President and at that time Vajubhai used to be the state president of BJP.


15 days to prove Yeddyurappa a majority, Congress challenged this
- The Governor has given 15 days to prove Yeddyurappa a majority. Congress has challenged this in the Supreme Court.
- The court can hear this case on Thursday. The apex court has sought a letter from the BJP governor's invite.
- Tell that BJP is the largest party by winning 104 seats, while Congress (78 seats) has supported JDS (38 seats).

Congress's protest against the Governor's decision
- The newly elected legislator from Congress Eagleton arrives in front of the Assembly House. They are sitting on the dais in protest against the governor's decision. Supervisor Ghulam Nabi Azad sent from Delhi, Mallikarjun Kharge and other leaders of the party including Siddaramaiah are also accompanying him.

Rahul said - this is the mockery of the Constitution
- Rahul Gandhi tweeted about 15 minutes before taking oath of Yeddyurappa. He wrote, "Demand for making a BJP government without any majority in Karnataka is absurd, it is a mockery of the Constitution."
Opposed to swearing ceremony of BJP, Congress protest outside of the assembly, BJP will have to appear in the Supreme Court tomorrow Opposed to swearing ceremony of BJP, Congress protest outside of the assembly, BJP will have to appear in the Supreme Court tomorrow Reviewed by Kalinga Express on May 17, 2018 Rating: 5

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